What does the Co-op carry?
We carry produce, rice, beans, grains, flour, nuts, dried fruit,
spices, bread, milk, local eggs, cheese, meat, local fish, tofu, frozen
foods, veggie burgers, ice cream, ethnic rareties,
eco-friendly housewares, natural beauty products,
and a huge selection of vitamins and supplements. See our groceries page for
some of the brands we carry.
Wednesday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 7pm
9am - 6pm
Eva Smith-Furgason, Manager
Joan Nieminem, Head Stock Clerk
Gracie Tadlock, Cashier
Judy Simms, Vice President
The board meets the
1st Monday of every month. All members are welcome.
The fee to join
the cooperative is $10.00. One
membership is good for a whole household. Members receive a 2% discount, member specials, and a newsletter.
Cooperatives derive their strength from the active participation of their members. Volunteering as a working member at Northwind Natural Foods Co-op
has many benefits. Co-op volunteers can be proud to know that their effort helps the co-op to succeed. Volunteering at the co-op is a great way to
learn new skills, make friends, and save money.
The new member worker program has lots of openings.
We need help with:
Desktop publishing (making coupons, flyers, newsletters)
Community outreach (handing out coupons, samples, manning booths at events)
Educational classes (cooking, health & wellness, etc.)
And lots more.
Just 3 hours of donated time to the co-op gets you 5% off on your purchases.
Donate 6 hours and get 10% off.
Serve as a board member and get 10% off.
It’s a great way to get involved and save.
Have a talent or skill not listed? We could probably use it. Talk to Eva and she’ll find a way to put your enthusiasm to work! Eva is happy to create volunteer opportunities based on individual schedules as well.
If any of these opportunities sound like they might be right for you please contact co-op manager Eva Smith-Furgason at 906-932-3547 or via email at evannfc[at]sbcglobal.net
Full Member Service Policy
1. To provide a
marketing and purchasing outlet for primarily natural, organic, unprocessed
foods and related items at a minimum price, on a nonprofit basis.
2. To educate
and promote to the community healthy lifestyles, wellness and a whole foods
diet emphasizing natural, organic, and unprocessed foods.
3. To educate
the community to the benefits and potentials of our cooperative and
cooperatives in general and to cooperate with other cooperatives.